Only 4 teams work on such processors in the world
As the publication explains, qudits are quantum systems that can simultaneously be in more than two states – 0 and 1. It turns out that the processor architecture allows you to solve problems that are inaccessible to classical computers and supercomputers.
As our studies have shown, when implementing quantum algorithms, qudits can significantly save the resources of quantum processors, which is especially important for the current generation of devices.
Alexey Fedorov. Head of the scientific group at the RCC
At the same time, as specified in the RCC, only four teams are working on the development of qudite quantum processors all over the world. It is planned to send the development for international registration in the near future.